Supine body position reduces neural response to anger evocation.

@article{HarmonJones2009SupineBP,
  title={Supine body position reduces neural response to anger evocation.},
  author={Eddie Harmon-Jones and Carly Kathryn Peterson},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2009},
  volume={20 10},
  pages={
          1209-10
        }
}
Body movements affect emotional processes. For example, adopting the facial expressions of specific emotions (even via unobtrusive manipulations) affects emotional judgments and memories (Laird, 2007). Manipulated body postures can affect behavior: slumped postures lead to more ‘‘helpless behaviors’’ (Riskind & Gotay, 1982). Simple body postures may also affect other emotive responses and the neural activations associated with them. Lying flat on one’s back may be antithetical to approach… CONTINUE READING
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